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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - November 21, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YEAB-NO- 226 EVENiNGEXPBEss|jfAiLUREOF BmR BROS. CURRENT COMMENT. tbu ten bMhels lo the acre this It Creates a SensatJIn in Financial Circles at Philadelpliia and Elsewhere. more jw-__ Fbisck i� �oxiouB to make ParU a eea-port. To do this a oanal from the mouth of the 8�iD* to the Kreat oity is to be dag. It U lald now that Dr. Kooh'e lymph is prepared from Qainea pigs, The various aHt to whioh these Uttle auimals are pat bj the aedioal faculty are endless. ConaREseMAa Springeb's alaim to be Speaker of the aext House mtj fairly be baaed on hta speaking qaalitiss. He's been talking every day slnoe election witb-aat Intermlseion. The elevated railroads of New York oity last year carried 188,203,877 passen-i;e>s, or more than three times as many as are to-day living within the entire United States. This is an almost inconoeivable Dumber and it proves conclusively the need in all cities for rapid transit. HuHFHBBT D. TiTE, Of Bedford connty, is the first to reoeive an appointment from Governor-elect Pattison. He has been obosen his private Secretary and will immediately arrange bis nSairs to accept the position. Mr. Tate is u lawyer and has btwi District Attorney .of Bedford connty. Thocsands of oonsumptive patients from all parts of Gsrmauj' are flocking to Berlin to receive the Kooli treatment, bat It tarns ont that the hospitil accommodations of that great capital are so trifling and insignificant that these poor people can obtain no aocommodations. A becobd kept by the Vint^d States Supervisors in Indiana shows tiat about 2�.000 ballots were rejected in tliat State, tor varlons causes, altboagh it is not alleged that asy attempts were made to stuff th� -ballot-toxas. The rejected votes Teiagod about seven to � precinct. They most have been very vigilant officials or vary aeflifant voters oot in Iodi: X.ald to Beet-Caalaa to DanvlUe- A Palnfal ptimir--^ Rnnawar-Mot 0>r-nct-The oUls '^^^^ Mona'ment-A Call �or I.aaM. There w*r* op�*Ms of fifty Invited gnestsasasinliiiifUi Bight at the rssi-dsnosof Mir.iillfaf JamssC. Waddle, No. 108 Wm| ]|ri^gN>  street, to witness the inaiiiii|it o(l(bsU: daughter Miss Emma and Mr. 'iUMJt C. Tevling, of Mill Hall. The ittblittlMVlargyman was Rev. 6. W. GerbMd^pMiirot the Reformed Church, and tta luliits were Harry T. Hall, Esq-^of. tau #yand Mr. Kichaid WiUiams, of BsUefMrtf. The bride is one of Lock Haven's haiqbomest young ladies and tha grooid is thK agent at Mill Hall for the Bald Eagle "VSiley railroad com-i;pany. Tb* bride's jMssnts were nnmer-pa� and haodsome.' ^|lr. and Mrs. Tevling teftatmidnighton Irle Mail torn wed-illing tour In the eaat,' ^1^- treddlaK Bell*^ HcEIUattan. The marriage of^Hiss Ella Deite, of Vayne township Sl)4x>. A.. Seward, of St. Marys, Elk connty,' was solemnized in ihe M. E. Cboteli^'at McEibattan laat night and attraotsd ^arge assemblage of people to witaaaa ihe ceremony. The nshers were CliSo(4| Rothrock of Look Haven, H. L. Q^le of Fine, B. C. Young of Wayne anf,F. Freeborn of St. Marys. The weddinij march was played by Mrs. O. L. Dale Me Simcox, and the aboToh was fliled tsclu utmost seating c^^aoity. The osrsiaony waa performed at 7 o'clock, the offiqitting clergyman being Rev. -iTames Hunter. The happy oonple left on the midnight train for a ^ip to the east. Th�;brldeUa daughter 9t Mr. John Q. IMiie, of Wayns town ship. '..U I plane to his defeated sompetitor, Mortimer F. Elliott, tbe triumph would be abort lived. Ik would insure Mr. Hopkins' renomination and election by snob a majority as to bring confnsion upon his enemies. There isn't much donbt of it. The tact that Mr. Hopkins was not elected this time by a majority of several thousand is dne to the system under which the nomination in that diatrict, as wall as several others, was made, and not to any want of popolarlty on his part, Tbe conferree method came very near coating ns four or five Bepabllcan Congressmen this year. Mot Correct. The Jersey Shore Videttt states that a targe brick kiln will be erected in a few mouths on properties owned by Major Sours and D. L. Miller, near Fine station. When Mr. Miller waa asked about the matter to-day he said it was news to him. He stated the testa of the clay found at Fine had not yet been completed and nntil they are, there is nothing to say. It is qnita probable that th* brick mann-faotory will be located in tbu oity. Tbe Walte Compaay la composed of 25 persons, which embraces tha best oomedians, aonbrettes, actors, vocalista and dancere that have ever gathered together in a repertoire oompany, and each performance la a separate work of art enhanced by the strains of tbe most beanttfnl music.) At the Opera House all of next week, opening with "Unele Reuben." Admission 20, 30 and 40 cents. Not Blectodt^CoBCTMs. It was sUt�d:|n the IXmoeniC and afterwards in tha Renovo Mm shortly afur the election, Eugene O'Neil, formerly of this city had been elected to Congress from a Wisconsin district. Mr. O'Nell writes to the Renovo iVm as follows: "I cannot for tbe life of ms think how the people of Clinton connty got it into their beadat:hat I was elected to Congreis unless it was from the fact that I waa chairman and worked and secured tbe nomination of Thomas Lyneh to congress from tha Ninth district, who is a personal friend of mine. He was tested by 0000 majority over McCord, and is tbe only Democrat ever elected to tbat. office in this district.        . Skin from HU Mothet's Arm. At the Southside Hospital, in Pittsburg, during the past two weeks, Louis West-man, thirteen years old, baa had the traces of a large birthmark on his forehead removed by a system of grafting skin. Tbe boy has a dark blotch extending from his nose to bis ear. Tha surgeons removed the disfiguring skin and aubstitnted forty-two pieces of skin taken from the arm of the boy's mother. The operation ia reported as being entirely snocessfnl. What was once considered a surgical feat ia now quite common. The Prlxo IVtoners. The prizes offered by Kamp the boot and shoe man for the largest sweet pumpkins raised in Clinton county this year have been awarded. John Greene, of Cedar Run, was awarded the first prize for a pampkio weighing 85 pounds, and which was five feet and seven inches in circumference. The second prize waa won by P. Moodier, who raised a pumpkin which weighed 53 poands. The prize pumpkins are on* exhibition In Kamp's show window. A Wreck In Iba Oltv. A freight train on the Philadslpbia and Erie railroad was wrecked in tbe upper end of Wllliamsport yesterday afternoon. Tbe wreck was oansed by the engine jamping the track. Several oars were thrown from tbe track, and one of them which was consigned to this city was loaded with merchandise and dynamite. No person was injured and the tracks were soon cleared. Illinois Parmers Adopt a Platform Domand-ing a Vnmlier of Things. MAHY niPORTAHT OHABGES WASTED �oanK A Brotbers Sew Clear Vftctorr. The cigar business of E. H. Young & Bro., the energetic msnnfsoturera of Far-raodsvlUe, has steadily grown from year to year and next week they will move into their new factory building, erected by them especially for tbe mannfaatnre of cigars. Tbe building is 32x4Sand is fitted with all the modern conveniences, including steam beat. With the cellar tbe firm will have the use of four stories, and while all the fioon will not be brought into immediate nse it will not ba long until the increase in business will demand mors room. Tbe Dancers of BoIbb FaBDv. From FUesende Biaetler. Judge-How far did tbe thief carry your pig? Complainant-Fully two mile* away from my house. Judge (to prisonsr)-What have you to say to this charge ? Prisoner-It waa only a joke. Judge. Judge-Six months-because you carried the joke too far. A Call fer Ladles. All ladies of this oity who are interested in the Young Hen's Christian Aeaoclation -and no doubt all are-will please go to the'Y. M. C. A. rooms to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'olock. Buainessof Importance will be transacted. Hotel Wavetly. The friends of James B. Allison will be glad to know that be baa taken charge of the Hotel Waverley, N. E. earner of Fifteenth and Filbert streeta, Philadelphia, Pa. The Waverly Is run upon the European plan, is fitted up for the accommodation of ladies and gentlemen, oontaina fifty elegantly fnrnisbed rooms, and guests ill find that for location, comfort and fair ratea tbe Waverly is equal to tbe beat. A Palnfol iBjorjr. John Ryan, of Susquehanna avenue, was at work in the lower fttight yard today, and while driving a apike it flew back and struck him In the ey*. The eye was badly lacerated and the injury is very painful. He was taken to the office of Dr. Armstrong, where the doctor gave hia Injured optia attention. The doctor ia in hopes that tbe aigbt of the eye oan be aavsd. FlBcer AmpataUd. . Eugene Hegsry, a brakemao on tbe Bald Eagle Valley freight train bad his right hand injured this morning while coupling cars near tbe nail mill. Tbe index finger was taken off. Dr. Watson, the railroad company's physician, dressed tbe injured hand. Kpldemlo AmoBC H a tnth old patties. The natural Qas Fatlan, The Pitteburg DUpatch saya there ia already a remarkable change notioeable in the Iron mills in the short time since eoal has taken the place of gaa. There are by ehdwing that certain evidenee w� i ufactured, clears him before a eonrt-mar-tial when everything poiototo hisapeady oonviotii^n. The manner in_w^ofcJth� public press la apt to malign army oA^en without sufficient investigation into tha charges preferred Is brought out in startling colors. The "Army Portia" is on* of the very strangest stories that Ite prolifin author haa yet written, and bide fair to ba one of the auecesses of the season. Taken to Lai now five mills In which 156 pnddling f nir-naoes are bsek to coal, and In tbr*a milla of the National Tube Company at Ha-Keeaport are 111 Inrnacsa, which is already one-fourtb of tbe whole lot in thia diatrict. The difference in the obange will amount to nearly 100,000 bnshsis of coal a day. In less than anetber month there will be about 20 milla changed from gas. Tbe change is commencing to be felt everywhere. Horses,. males, oarta and extra labor are necessary for tha supply of eoal to all the mllU. It will take at least 6,000 more men, including the coal minera, and at leaat 500 mora mules and horses, bealdes tbe carte and wagons, Thi* will leave those animals that havs been dispensed witb by the cable can to he need in the coal field. Tbe main obstacle now, and that ia already being felt, ia a lack of room. On all railways centering in Pittibnrg then Is nearly s blockade. Olrla. wise Words. Neglected opportnnitie* aerar ntiirn. Snecees never comes withont a spsoial invitation. �       j : i If you want to be grsittdon^ttall. th* bird* about it. The wiaest men have naver in any aga. been best men. It isn't bard to be anything, v It is tha, aeeming to be that ia bard. Many people who ate ravena at boms' pass for doves away from home. All that "moeabanka" ate good for is to show tbat moss can grow an anytUat^r When a man begins to injura yon bsgia^ to be kind to him, and he will hav* toqnlt' flnt   � -     .-^ : There are people who feed th* same kini. of a fin in wearing titles that othen d� iai wearing diamonds.       . - Don't worry about the oploioai of tb* other people. Live so that yoa will alwaya-have a good opinion of ysnnelL Oat reason why many peopI* always, have snob great bnrdena, is beoans* th*y.. ara not standing In the right plsca to lift-mnoh, '       i If yon go through the world with a long: face you will some day find out-that yoori life has been more of a onrsa than a M�aa.r log. Ton mnst know when yoa an sowing, and bow yon an sowing, if yonrloaia enough about the matter to want to g*(:i yonr Bead back. The Wicked Vrchia aad the Oo^ Kaa. From the Detroit News. '.'    /' A precocious little naeai was inotioed' on Jefferson avenue the othu bay iinskiog' his b�*t endeavor to ring a doorltsit Joat. beyond hia naob. Awell-knOwq'miiii*iBr| happened along and witi) tba'iinpiiU** lif a' good Samaritan wanted to help the bOy;:'^ ' 'Like to ring that bell, aoii'hy?"     ' "Ye*, air; bnt I ban't laiwh 1^'*'' ;'7"   ' The divine atepped to the veranda'aiid' gave the hell a vigorous pnll'as'h*pmsd' the interesting jnvenile on th* bead^ " '- "Nowrnn lik4 the deviir* sfiolitadJtU, kida* be shot down the steM'st'i(ipsiie��'' All the man could do ws* tdjaaj^a^'^ll' deplorable bit of w6rldllnm7udji^^ explanation when the oM .wu auwarad,^ How Madame Met Her Wateiilao.'. Tbe late Duke of Wellington got a lat-^ ter once iroos a lady, saying'tbat.diif was! soliciting snbsctiptlons, for" a' a|^aii|'^ ehnnh in whish she was miiib''inter^^ and bad taken the liWiy.{i� ^lai'Iiia^u down for �200, arid hbped'he^VMM',' promptly send ber a oht^ne 'forVtbal'; amount. He forthwith rnpUed, Itbat 'Ua' was glad she thought so wejl of tiimi tainly, he would reepbnd to the a^i,^^|at he, too, wss interested in a Mttiun ^hnisV' which needed subsoriptibns, and, miltj^ ing upon his dornspondent's well' known' libenlity, he bed put her name, down for �200, "and so," he oonolttded,'''oo money need pass bstween ns." ,jj; The Xetarm ef La A Grand gnceess. The supper given by the ladies of the Baptist church last night was a grand success. They will realize over one hundred dollars for the benefit of tbe church, Th* money will be used in making needed re-[pain. Tb* Opinion of the Fblla. Prcaa From the Philadelphia Press. The Lock Haven Exfbess thlnka that even it a DMnoeratlc House shonld b* willing to unseat Congreasman Hopkins, |of lb* Bixtasnth Dlstrlst, and giv eeem-ber number of Zijipincctl't Magtuiiu. It is entitled "An Army Portia," and Is characterlaed by that dash aad breezy style which make all of Captain King's atoriea anch entertaining reading. Several \ of the *haracten of oet* of the anthor'a former sncoessful novels, "Two Soldiers," make their reappeannce in this new story. Tbe "Army Portia" la a charming young girl who reaoues her lovsr froBthatonioiadsalgBing villaia, and,^ From the New York Tribune. .i  .r, Pbysioiana say that tiu> .aiiidemia, ^Ha grippe'^ will probably return tb* aaaiiagi winter with nn*wad Vlral*n**, 'Pain.'' monia and kindnd disaaw biva bMii" mbn prevalent than nuiiil.'for .'MviirU j months past.. While ther* isjBoaspMialr. oanta tor alarm among persona !�bb :tak*ft can of their bealtb, then is'�ifl�Mii-danger to maka it advisable for'evssyoa* to na* all possible preoantloujrt^Ui^i^^ son of th* yaar against taking aeW*i
                            

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